I DID IT!
I FINISHED THE CHALLENGE,
WITH A POSTED WORD TOTAL OF 50,675!
We now return you to the regularly scheduled blog reading and general house work / kid work / job work avoidance activities already in progress.
While I agree that, through most of the year, a sugary treat like fudge is a junk-food luxury in which to indulge sparingly, at Christmas time I firmly believe that fudge becomes an essential tool in surviving the holiday craziness. So, this year I present you with an Advent Calendar of sorts, celebrating 25 perfectly good reasons to have marshmallow fudge available at all times.
Click here for the recipe for all this comfort and joy.
"Migraines (reverse R) Us" promised a towering supply of the one Lego set on which your son has pinned all his Christmas hopes and dreams.
But despite your having arrived three hours before the store opened, the only item remaining in stock is a long metal peg with a price tag and a "sold out" sign taped to the end. The fudge, in this case, may be launched from the Lego Catapult (Castle Collection, item #8114) directly onto the assistant manager's windshield. It's a '92 Honda Civic, parked in a space marked "Obstructionist People Hater of the Month".
He's won 35 consecutive awards; one more and he gets the coveted blue vest bearing the invitation to "Ask Me For Help So I Can Smack You Upside the Head". This is true no matter which "Migraines (reverse R) Us" you're patronizing.